Reggie Wayne: B+
Wayne dropped an early ball in the second quarter, his first drop of the season. He almost dropped another one late, but caught the juggling ball for a third-down conversion. He continues to show a fantastic connection with Luck, getting eight catches for 88 yards this week.
The only bad part for Wayne was that he disappeared in the second half, catching just two balls for 18 yards. After Luck leaned on him so often in the first half, it was surely a part of the offensive struggles in the second half, as Luck forced seven targets at Wayne, but got just two completions in the second half.
Donnie Avery: C+
Avery got open multiple times behind the defense, but Luck was unable to find him downfield. Luck was able to find him in midrange targets a couple times. Overall, Avery has to get more separation (like last week), as Luck targeted him nine times, but only completed two passes.
Austin Collie: Incomplete
Collie sold a pass interference penalty early in the game to keep the drive moving, but was invisible outside of that for most of the game. He injured his knee in the second half, leading fans to question if he'll ever be a significant part of the 2012 offense.
T.Y Hilton: A-
Hilton beat his man in the first quarter to get a 40-yard touchdown pass, his first deep catch of the season. He did have a drop in the second quarter though, but he made up for it with two more deep passes when the Colts were moving the ball late in the game
Any time you catch four passes for 113 yards, it was a good day.